Harvey cites lack of readiness after latest bullpen struggle

SAN DIEGO — Matt Harvey may have learned an important lesson about bullpen life on Friday: Be prepared. The Mets right-hander, in his second appearance since his reassignment to the bullpen last weekend, was summoned for the ninth inning at Petco Park and scuffled, allowing a leadoff homer to Franchy Cordero in the Mets’ 5-1 victory over the Padres. Harvey […]

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Their Music Will Live Forever – Musicians Who Died In April 2018

The world of music lost several major stars in the month of April. With the passing of beloved saxophonist Charlies Neville, the world of music has suffered another tragic loss. Neville, who was 79, died of pancreatic cancer on Thursday, April 26, 2018. As a member of the Grammy-winning Neville Brothers Band, Charlies Neville achieved mainstream success with his brothers […]

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Huddersfield 0 Everton 2: Cenk Tosun and Idrissa Gueye strikes leave Terriers deep in relegation trouble

Cenk Tosun and Idrissa Gueye struck the goals which gave Sam Allardyce's side victory to leave the Terriers just three points clear of the relegation zone. And with David Wagner's side facing clashes with Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal in their remaining fixtures they are now anxiously looking over their shoulders at Southampton and Stoke. Crucially, Saints have a better […]

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From Kayfabe To WWE Sports Entertainment — Reflections On The Death Of Wrestling Legend Bruno Sammartino

Pro wrestling’s journey from old-school heroes and villains to modern-day superstars. The death of professional wrestling legend Bruno Sammartino on April 18, 2018, at the age of 82 marks the end of an era. No longer the domain of working-class heroes and dangerous villains, pro wrestling is now called sports entertainment, and the men and women who perform in the […]

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